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    • United Kingdom

    20152018
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    Research Interests

     My research falls in the nexus among organization theory, organizational behavior  and strategic management with a social-psychological theme. It is motivated by social construction of reality. Focusing on corporate governance decision-makers, my research unites two strands of significant contribution to behavioral governance inquiry: the boundedly-rational learning based on behavioral theory of the firm, and the self-regulation based on social cognition. In my work, I use a mix of techniques including, field experiments, survey design, computational sociology and content analysis, factor analysis, conventional regression analysis, mediation analysis, simultaneous equations modelling, and agent-based modelling.

    Contact Details

    Email: a.radfard@aston.ac.uk

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD

    Keywords

    • HM Sociology
    • social construction
    • time
    • behavioural governance

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    social construction Social Sciences
    simultaneous analysis Social Sciences
    organization theory Social Sciences
    organizational behavior Social Sciences
    strategic management Social Sciences
    social cognition Social Sciences
    corporate governance Social Sciences
    self-regulation Social Sciences

    Research Output 2015 2018

    • 2 Conference contribution
    • 1 Conference article
    Impression management
    Analysts
    Firm performance
    Information asymmetry
    Uncertainty

    Can the status of the board be independent from its social status?: the dynamics of CEO dismissal

    Radfard, A. & Castellucci, F., 2016, Academy of Management Proceedings.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    The power of delusion: perceived balance as the mechanism to generate knowledge in networks

    Radfard, A., 2015, Academy of Management Proceedings.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution